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CBS
Sep 4, 2010 8:00am EDT
. but all three reportedly have been banned from attending the u.s. open until 2010. goodness. >>> lonnie quinn >> all right, everybody. wherever you are, make it a great day today. no matter what the weather is doing. speaking of the weather, as far as the northeast goes yesterday, the eastern seaboard we talked yesterday in the evening. if the worst part of your friday was the fact that a hurricane stayed 100 miles off your shores that's a pretty good thing. >> what about the after-effects today? rip currents and everything. >> you get the calm before the storm and after the storm. this storm will continue to have winds that kick in today. it ends up being a big factor in terms of rip currents. it has to retreat in a single channel. it's going to be huge. you're right, chris r people look at the skies and say storm is gone sun is out. let's go to the beach. just be careful. definitely swim in protected beaches today. >> lonnie thank you. >>> still to come here on ""the early show", where america stands hitting the road or staying home. >>> a real issue sweeping the
CBS
Sep 25, 2010 5:00am PDT
let's join lonnie quinn at the weather wall for arch update on conditions they can expect. >> the wet weather is now making its push through the dakotas. it will continue to push to the east but not going to be the kind of rain like they had yesterday. we are talking about places like iowa city, columbia -- while some rivers have recede not all. some have yet to crest and we'll be dealing with flooding conditions in this portion of the country through wednesday. even though the rain is letting up, that tough situation continues. we'll have more on your weather in a bit. rebecca, back to you. >> thank you. iran's volatile president mahmoud ahmadinejad again put his talent for stirring things up on full display in new york and president obama was drawn into the controversy. our senior white house correspondent, bill plante, has this story. good morning, bill. >> reporter: good morning. that's right. ahmadinejad doubled down on the suggestion the u.s. might have been behind the 9/11 attacks and drew an outraged response from president obama. but ahmadinejad also met with sarah shourd, th
CBS
Sep 18, 2010 5:00am PDT
dallas, thank you so much for that. now to lonnie quinn, tracking the storm. good morning, lonnie. >> i want to give everybody a current p oture of the atlantic basin right now. you heard from don. here's what karl is doing as we speak. yesterday the day of karl, a horrible storm for mexico pushing onshore as a category 2 but dispainted, so no longer a hurricane or o tropical storm now dealing with a remnant low. this weekend igor will push towards bermuda, a category 2 moving to the northwest at 13 with maximum winds of 110 miles per hour and right behind it julia, a tropical storm but will be a storm just for the fish. we have for focus on i goir, a projected path hasn't changed much over the entire week still moving over top of bermuda but the timing is slower now looks to be a monday event as opposed to a sunday event as a category 2 with winds as you heard don say up to 110 miles per hour, potentially the worst direct hit bermuda has taken. along the coast of the u.s. talking rip currents, dangerous surf churned up by both storms in the atlantic. that's a quick look here at the hur
CBS
Sep 10, 2010 7:00am EDT
the hour right now. football season is here. it's a happy time. dave price is off this morning, lonnie quinn is here. good weekend for football? >> you know what, it's football-like weather, especially here in the northeast because we'll have those temperature in the 70s for the week en. i will say saturday looks better than sunday. my weather headlines. let's call it book end sunshine. i mean both coasts are looking pretty good. problem spots are in the middle of the country. if you take a look at the satellite and radar picture, northern plains and central plains, that's where we see the rain right now. it's really around the central plains, though, i think the toughest weather will kick in. places like kansas city, des moines, warm moist flow for you as the jet stream runs up over your area. that front around the >>> everybody, make it a great day wherever you are. harry, aerica, it's all yours. >>> california has chelsea's law locking up dangerous sex offenders, possibly for life. we'll talk exclusively with the parent of the teenage victim. >>> britney spears fighting back against
CBS
Sep 10, 2010 7:00am EDT
. >>> dave price is off this morning. so, lonnie quinn is back outside withth >>> hi, good morning, 8 minutes after the hour. taking a look at the forecast for the day, we're talking about a high of 75 degrees. it's gorgeous and the normal is 80. 52 and clear and cool tonight. tomorrow will be a gorgeous day. sunny and a high of 79 degrees. and there's a possibility of a chance of showers and thunderstorms. and 75 >> announcer: this weather report sponsored by travelers. >> all right. u.s. open is in town. we clearly got some young tennis players here. that's it for the weather. harry, over to you. >> lonnie, thank you very much. >>> up next, oscar nominee abigail breslin, standing up to cancer with a friend. this is "the early show" on cbs. [ animals calling ] ♪ [ pop ] [ man ] ♪ well, we get along ♪ yeah, we really do - ♪ and there's nothing wrong - [ bird squawks ] ♪ with what i feel for you ♪ i could hang around till the leaves are brown and the summer's gone ♪ [ announcer ] when you're not worried about potential dangers, the world can be a far less threatening place. take
CBS
Sep 9, 2010 7:00am EDT
. yeah. dave price is off this morning, so lonnie quinn is here with our first check of weather. >> i know. i mean, has it always -- >> i'm worried now. >> i always thought i was a 33 forever. >> you're thin and trim. >> now i'm a 37. >> you're in good shape. >> get out of here. >> we're going to stay right here and talk about your weather. weather headlines looking like this. feeling like fall today for the northeast after yesterday where you felt like summer. strong storms in dakotas and remnants of hermine dumping a lot of rain. today, tough spots east through oklahoma city through portions of northern arkansas. springfield, missouri, could see >>> all right, everybody, that's going to do it for your latest weather. over to harry and erica. i'm going to stick with elastic waistbands. >> breathe in. >> are you all right with that story? >> it will bother me all day. >>> still ahead this morning, speaking out in an exclusive interview, derri velarde is in the studio with us. a single mother of five who survived a brutal acid attack in arizona. we'll ask her if she thinks she knows wh
FOX
Sep 23, 2010 6:00am EDT
-related or otherwise. today's question comes from lonnie in bowie, maryland. this is a question an this is a great question and it is a little more complicated than what i've got here so i'll kind of expand on it. lonnie wants to know how far inland has the eye of a previous hurricane traveled along the coast of virginia, d.c. and maryland? eye of the tiger. >> i love you. i have no idea what you just said. >> how far inland has vt effects of hurricane strength winds been observed. >> has the eye of a hurricane ever passed through the immediate washington area. >> i don't know. >> one yes, one no. >> i've got the answer here. we'll look back in history, music, please. we have no more music. two storms. one is hurricane isabelle back in 2003. that passed within 100 miles of the immediate washington area. >> you mean the eye. >> to our south and west down through charlottesville as it pushed up towards pennsylvania. so isabelle only got within # hundred miles of washington. our maximum wind gust with isabelle was about # 0 miles per hour here in downtown washington. that would not qualify as a hurri
KBCW
Sep 26, 2010 8:00am PDT
.u with lonnie fund shows ways people can always donate. >> they will always take a check no matter how small. >> yes. >> we thank you dr. mindy goldman for being here. we wanted to remind you that today the race for the cure is on and it starts an hour from now. it is a 5k run/walk. you can walk if you can't run but try and show up. it is a good thing to do. stay with us. more ahead. thank you. >>> the human race. while paid off politicians did there, so the oil and energy industry can protect their profits and a come play sant confused public lets them. the actions we must take to reverse the crisis languish on someone's desk. those are the words of the executive director of the sustainable world coalition and he was a delicate to the u.s. world summit in south africa and he is the person that put this together. a book, a collection of simple things you can do now. welcome. >> thank you. >> you talk about sustainable. what is planet sustainability? >> sustainability simply means systems that are designed into something, be it nature, be it a corporation, be it's an organization that will al
CBS
Sep 9, 2010 7:00am EDT
. yeah. dave price is off this morning, so lonnie quinn is here with our first check of weather. >>> all right, everybody, that's going to do it for your latest weather. over to harry and erica. i'm going to stick with elastic waistbands. >> breathe in. >> are you all right with that story? >> it will bother me all day. >>> still ahead this morning, speaking out in an exclusive interview, derri velarde is in the studio with us. a single mother of five who survived a brutal acid attack in arizona. we'll ask her if she thinks she knows who's behind it. >>> we'll speak with piers morgan about his new gig replacing larry king on cnn. >>> and katie couric stops by. she's asking us to stand up to cancer. we'll tell you why here on "the early show." while i was building my friendships... my family... while i was building my life... my high cholesterol was contributing to plaque buildup in my arteries. that's why my doctor prescribed crestor. she said plaque buildup in arteries... is a real reason to lower cholesterol... and that, along with diet, crestor does more than lower bad cholesterol...
CBS
Sep 9, 2010 7:00am PDT
, so lonnie quinn is outside. >> yeah! >> lonnie, you seem >> announcer: this weather report sponsored by jif. jif, number one choice of choosey moms. >> so, what do you think, regular or extra crispy? >> extra crispy. >> there you have it! harry, over to you. >> thanks, lonnie. >>> up next, stand up to cancer is back. we're going to talk to katie couric about the new star-studded fund-raiser. you're watching the "early show" on cbs. (phone ringing) hey college girl. hey mom. i just got your package. great. yea, mom you're the best. i thought you would like it. so, how are your classes, are you enjoying them? (announcer) it's more than just that great peanut taste, choosing jif is a simple way to show someone how much you care. we can't wait to get you home. i love you mom. i love you too. we'll see you soon. choosey moms, choose jif. ♪ uh oh. sorry, son, but you still have 'em. [ female announcer ] you can't pass inspection with pieces left behind. that's why there's charmin ultra strong. its enhanced diamondweave texture is soft and more durable. more durable so you're left with a
SFGTV2
Sep 7, 2010 5:30pm PDT
through interactive exhibits, entertaining events, and stories told by people like lonnie wunder. >> fred heidrick was a major farmer in the area. he farmed over 30,000 acres at one time. and he ended up collecting farm equipment all of his life. >> and quite honestly, when you get to be a successful farmer, you can go out, and you can talk to other guys, and most of these guys like to talk about the old days. and so he'd look over there, and he'd say, "ok, joe, "what are you going to do with that old cat over there?" and so he would talk him out of it and bring it home and restore it. >> our docents aren't trained to tell stories. our docents are trained to listen to other people's stories and then tell those stories again. >> farming is backbreaking labor. and so they invented something that would help them. and on a farm, usually in the summertime you're busy. and in the wintertime, th'd go to town, they'd sit around the blacksmith's shop, and they'd talk about, "let's invent this to make it easier." >> i think it's time we fire one of these up and go for a ride. >> oh, we've got an in
SFGTV
Sep 8, 2010 5:00am PDT
want to recognize the long time principal at spring valley elementary school, ms. lonnie chan who is in the back as well. thank you. [inaudible] >> i guess she'll always be there. we hope so anyway. thanks. the next presenter is my privilege to interruse allen broussard, the executive director of the child development program. >> thank you. thank you, superintendent and commissioners. i don't have a prepared speech because it was -- once i found out that sarah, too, my colleague, had been nominated for this award i knew it would be very easy to just speak from my heart. she is quite an amazing person. she's only been with us for a year and a half. she's our clerk for our program quality and enhancement unit, and she came to us about a year and a half ago when we were pretty desperate. we didn't have anyone there who has really been able to fill the bill. and we kind of found her accidentally actually through her sister who works with us, and she has really -- you know, she's one of these people who is a quiet moving force behind the scenes who doesn't make a lot of noise but it ve
ABC
Sep 16, 2010 6:00pm EDT
was shot, a gunman inside the hospital. the sight outside only fueled fears. lonnie mitchell's mother is a hopkins employee. >> my brother contacted her, she said "i have to go," hung the phone up abruptly. but she answered the phone. >> god to be nervous right now. >> that's why i'm praying. i don't know what is going on. >> reporter: not many did. the family of employees to the families of patients. denise davies niese was being cared for on the same floor of the shooting. she stumbled upon this frightening scene. >> do you know thinking about your nephew on the 8th floor? >> we don't know nothing, one of my sisters tried to call up there, there's nobody answering the phones or nothing. >> reporter: tense moments for hundreds of people for the better part of the late morning and in the afternoon, nervously waiting and watching outside one of arguably one of this nation's largest, renowned and secure medical that silt. people were able to reach their loved ones and as rosy said everything is pretty much back to normal. thankfully this incident only contained to just one room on the e
CBS
Sep 10, 2010 7:00am PDT
. >> lonnie, thank you very much. >>> coming up, california now has chelsea's law locking up dangerous sex offenders, possibly for life. we're going to talk exclusively with the parents of the teenage victim the law was named for. >>> also ahead this morning, it is now britney versus the bodyguard. the pop star fighting back against charges of sexual harassment and child abuse. this is "the early show" on cbs. child abuse. this is "the early show" on cbs. sometimes getting our kids to eat the way they should requires a little magic from mom. [ kids ] whoa! [ marcia ] new motts medleys. looks and tastes just like the motts juice kids already love. but has two total fruit and veggie servings in every glass. new motts medleys. invisible vegetables, magical taste. ♪ [ female announcer ] we've got stains, down to a science. new wisk, with our breakthrough stain spectrum technology targets all the major stain groups like proteins, carbohydrates and oils. its enzymes and cleaning agents tackle a full range of stains. you'll never look at stains the same way again. for a more powerful clean, try
CSPAN
Sep 25, 2010 10:00am EDT
much can victims count on or have some expectation of being returned, not the assets that lonnie to the victims, but the assets under management that will be distributed? what will be the timetable? what will the expectation be? >> as to the timetable, but there are, like i said, assets from stanford all over the world that have been secured. hopefully they will be repatriated as soon. in order to procure those, particularly in europe, the department of justice took the lead there so the determination of when we get them back and when we can get them in investor hands will be made in the criminal case. we have to wait for a conviction. that is set right now for january of this coming year. hopefully once there is a conviction in that case, that is why getting the conviction in that case is still important. a lot of this money is tied up in that. we expect some time after that we would begin the process of distributing this to investors. >> i know i am over my time, but any type of percentage that people can expect? >> it is hard for me to predict that at this point in time. the r
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